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The purpose of this Code of Practice is to provide a reference to practitioners on the safe, effective and competent application of electrical energy storage systems.
It also provides an understanding of the common terms and operating modes of electrical energy storage systems. Building on the IET’s technical briefing: Electrical Energy Storage: an Introduction this will also provide detailed information on the specification, design, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of an energy storage system.
Infrastructure Systems Funding Competition Briefing & Brokerage Events
Innovate UK are to invest up to £15m in business led, innovative projects in Infrastructure Systems. The Knowledge Transfer Network, in collaboration with Innovate UK, will be hosting a series of events across the UK to discuss this forthcoming competition on ‘Infrastructure Systems’. Read more...
HubNet Smart Grids Symposium
The 2016 Symposium is taking place at the Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, on 13th – 14th September. The 2016 symposium is dedicated to the importance of new approaches to network management and control, and the interaction with consumers and markets. It will focus on advances in distributed intelligence and data analytics as part of the delivery of the future electric power system. Find out more...
IET image boards are now available on Pinterest
The IET has recently launched its own image boards on Pinterest to share photos and visual concepts with other users. The current IET topic boards include Michael Faraday, Electric lighting, Telegraphy, Design and Production, Transport, Energy, Built Environment, Information and Communications, with additional boards to be added over time.
Pinterest is a discovery tool that allows people to find and share ideas for projects, ‘pin’ them to their own digital boards, and follow boards that are of interest to them. Morethan 70 million people around the world use Pinterest as an information source. Users are invited to follow boards or pin any of the images contained within the boards to their own collections. Find IET boards and follow us and take a look at the Energy board.to see our latest pins.
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